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July 7, 2014

District 14 All-Star Results

9-10 Softball

Baugo 12, Middlebury 0: Winning pitcher Cierra Woods struck out 11. Anna Turpin smacked a double and Woods a pair of singles for Baugo. Kendal Weaver singled and Kylie Tesmon pitched for Middlebury.

Goshen 13, Osolo 2: Olivia Koshmider slapped a double and single, Annie Kowalenko and Reghan Yoder both two singles to lead Goshen. Winning pitcher Brynn Shoup-Hill whiffed 10.

Concord 18, Middlebury 7: Emily Bradshaw was the winning pitcher (eight strikeouts) for Concord. Bradshaw and Taylor Reames both singled twice. Jenna Bible pitched for Middlebury.

Baugo 17, Osolo 2: Leading hitters for the winners were Cierra Woods a double and single, Bryanne Cook and Anna Turpin two singles apiece. Woods struck out nine in getting the win.

Goshen 14, Middlebury 0: Winning pitcher Brynne Shoup-Hill fanned 10. Annie Kowalenko and Abigail Webb both singled for Goshen. Anna Yeater pitched for Middlebury.

Baugo 5, Concord 1: Cierra Woods slapped three singles and was the winning hurler, striking out 14. Emily Bradshaw fanned 12 for Concord.

Major Softball Sectional

District 10 Don Ayres Fort Wayne 6, District 14 Concord 2: Reagan Dunfee ripped a triple and Alexis Kern pitched for Concord.

District 10 Don Ayres Fort Wayne 8, District 14 Concord 7: Yadi Gomez singled twice and Karlie Myers pitched for Concord.

Senior Softball

Osolo 20, Baugo 0: Winning pitcher Destiny Bell struck out seven. Leading hitters for Osolo were Sarah Bennette and Makaya Young both a triple and double, Bell and Tessa Laughman two singles apiece.

Osolo 10, Baugo 0: Tessa Laughman smacked a triple and single, Leah Gibson two singles and Audrey Garner was the winning pitcher for Osolo. Missy Fry and Jenna Jasolka singled and Ayla McIntosh pitched for Baugo.

Major Baseball

Osolo 11, Goshen 6: Falling behind 8-0 after two innings, Goshen rallied and had the bases loaded with nobody out in the final inning but could get no closer. Daveyon Sandford homered for Goshen, Jacson Sanchez had a run-scoring double, Josh Haimes two hits and Porter Revoir an RBI single.

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